The Strip District’s The PA Market is a two-story European-style market with six counter-style restaurants and four bars between both levels. The Fall seasonal menu at Bistro 108 features cozy, comforting dishes like chicken & buttermilk biscuits and a harvest salad while the Carne Asada counter features pan-seared salmon with butternut squash hash and butternut squash quesadilla. At the Charcuterie counter you’ll find butternut squash bruschetta. And you’ll find extra cozy comfort on the leather couches at the wine bar while you sip from a selection of over 150 wines.
Bloomfield’s Station is a modern American eatery recently renovated and ready to welcome you in for seasonal cocktails and fall-spired dishes like the double-cut pork chop with pumpkin watercress gnocchi, escargot ragout with housemade shells, and carmelized celery root soup. Reservations are recommended (412-251-0540).
Troy Hill’s Scratch & Co has a new “all day” format and new dishes to fit the season. Pumpkin spiced lattes, banana mocha, honey miso latte, along with other craft coffee and made in-house Hellbender bagels start the day then give way to cozy brunch dishes like short rib & hash with yukon potatoes. During dinner cozy-up with a trout entree and porchetta feature paired with a fall-inspired cocktail. Reservations are recommended (412-251-0822).
East Liberty’s Square Cafe is a playful, colorful, inviting eatery with inventive seasonal offerings. Fall-forward specials will rotate throughout the month of October including pumpkin spice pancakes with cinnamon cream cheese. The coffee bar’s seasonal beverages include pumpkin dulce dirty chai and jack o’ lantern mocha.This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.